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Experience has abundantly taught us that the agitation by citizens of one part of the Union of a subject not confided to the General Government
Avoid or decrease your intake of caffeine so you can reduce agitation and so you can get to sleep a little earlier tonight.
I shall not be at peace ,' moaned Catherine, recalled to a sense of physical weakness by the violent, unequal throbbing of her heart, which beat visibly and audibly under this excess of agitation.
That proposal, unexpectedly, roused Linton from his lethargy, and threw him into a strange state of agitation.
In theory, the resulting agitation would ease identification of the precious isotope and aid its extraction.
Now, as 8) word of her death came, I understood the reason for her agitation.
We often heard that someone were broken down for over- work, but as a matter of fact, it's almost caused by the torture of agitation or worrying.
Did the judge feel it impossible to release my client on her own recognizance because of the gravity of the charges and the risk of public agitation?
So before coming to Canada, there were the years of angst, agitation, and excitement -- all that I grew up with, being formative elements, shaping one ’s perspective, if you like.
Studies of people with dementia and anxiety have found that gardening helps calm their agitation, leading to better sleep patterns and improved quality of their rest.